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Fr Rod Bower Apr 28
Over time has become corrupted the outward form being more important than the inner essence Spending $100M on a memorial while veterans are left unsupported shows we are reaching the point of a corrupted religion Reflection here
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Fr Rod Bower Apr 28
The kind of that causes members of our own defense force to turn on Australian Citizens simply for questioning the direction in which our culture is heading is truly frightening. Reflection Here:
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SAS-LRDG-ROH Apr 25
Commemorating on all those Australian and New Zealand nationals who not only volunteered for overseas service, but also for the , & Many lost their lives so we can live ours - Remember them
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PitcairnPulau Apr 25
🇵🇳community commemorated with a Dawn Service in the Square. Representatives of UK, Australia, NZ and Pitcairn laid wreaths. Sea Scouts read out the roll of honour and did themselves - and their forebears who served in WWI and WWII - proud.
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Si_Talevi Apr 27
Inspection day at gorgeous Buttes New British
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Scott Smith Apr 29
Lovely Commemorative Service at the ’s Cannock Chase Military Cemetery this morning. Annual event even more poignant given the New Zealand link to the region during the First World War.
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Summer Hill PS Apr 25
Summer Hill PS was represented by a group of Yr 4 and Kindergarten students at the recently held Ashfield RSL service. The students were very respectful as they placed a wreath in honour of all servicemen and women who served to protect our country.
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Nick Britten Apr 25
Long before Troopers from New South Wales Parade through the streets of London 1893
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Chris 'ROY' Taylor Apr 28
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Andy Fleming Apr 29
Stay classy, 'patriots'.
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ACM Stephen Hillier Apr 25
An honour and a privilege to be part of the Thanksgiving and Commemoration Services yesterday - excellent opportunity to give thanks to our Australia and New Zealand colleagues who bravely gave their lives in Armed Conflict.
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D.Roy Apr 25
Showed the boys the highlights of the clash. They love .
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Seaforth Highlanders Apr 26
It was honour for the Seaforths to serve as the Cenotaph Guard yesterday during Vancouver’s commemoration. The left guard is MCpl Kuah, right guard MCpl Meehan, and the Guard Commender is Warrant Shannon. Photo courtesy of
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Wayne Ludbey Apr 26
2018 Collingwood Captain Scott Pendlebury controlled the tempo & rhythm of the game & was important in the pies victory . He was very much the "General" during the match . As a ground level observer not sure he got the credit he deserves ⚪️⚫️
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Gallipoli100 Apr 26
Remembering all who served in the Dardanelles, and those who gave their lives, are not forgotten
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WarGravesCommission Apr 25
It has been a busy 24 hours of commemorations around the world. We end our coverage today with a poignant reminder that there are a number of fallen Anzac servicemen buried in the UK - such as the Codford St Mary New Churchyard plot, as pictured today.
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Kathy Lette Apr 25
Our cheeky, homesick diggers took their Aussie mascots with them to Egypt, smuggling in kangaroos, wallabies + possums...And no doubt the odd gallon of vegemite.
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Bruce McAvaney Isn't Apr 25
Gee how about this COLOSSUS on the big stage hey? Good for international relations I reckon Den
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Hugh Jackman May 24
This is my friend Steve Melanov. A Veteran of D Day. He’s 98 years old. I asked him his secret to a long and happy life. His answer ... “positivity.”
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Mat McLachlan 11h
A lovely video made by the schoolchildren of Villers-Bretonneux called ‘Do Not Forget Australia: the duty of remembrance in Villers-Bretonneux’. Please share so that more Australians can see this wonderful tribute!
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